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Bahrain launches more flexible work permits

Bahrain’s Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) has announced more flexible durations for work permits in accordance with a new resolution issued by Labour Minister and LMRA Board chairman Jameel Humaidan. The LMRA yeste

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Bahrain to step up work permits confirmation

Bahrain’s Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) has drawn up a plan for 2013 aiming to finalise all new work permit applications on the same day of submission, said Work Permits director Khalid Abdulrahman. The authority recei

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Bahrain switches to e-work permits

The Bahrain Labour Ministry will start issuing and renewing work permits for domestic help electronically, said a senior government official at the opening of new-look work permit department. Under-Secretary Sabah Salem Al Dosary said the

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Bahrain ministry gets 10,000 visa applications

Bahrain's Labour Ministry has received 10,197 applications for domestic workers in the first quarter of this year. Acting Under-Secretary and Labour Affairs Assistant Under-Secretary Subah Al Dossary said the ministry had approved 7,47

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Visa health tests to be speeded up in Bahrain

Expat employees should get their work visas faster after private hospitals and clinics were given the green light to conduct mandatory pre-employment medical tests. The tests, which also cover family members, used to be conducted solely at

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Visa health tests to be speeded up in Bahrain

Expat employees should get their work visas faster after private hospitals and clinics were given the green light to conduct mandatory pre-employment medical tests. The tests, which also cover family members, used to be conducted solely at

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Bahrain bosses face new fees deadline

Employers in Bahrain have until Wednesday to pay outstanding fees to the Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), or risk having all their foreign workers' visas cancelled. The measure will also include employers who have failed to r

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Bahrain to allow expat wives to work

Desperate expatriate housewives may soon be allowed to work in more professions in Bahrain. They are currently only allowed to work as teachers, medical professionals and in top managerial positions in the banking sector. But many

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Bahrain issues work permits in 24 hours

Nearly half of the work visas issued by the Labour Market Regulatory Authority are now processed within 24 hours, a top official has revealed. Out of 13,200 issued last month, more than 6,300 were processed within a day, said Interior Mini

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